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Business Description: Founded in 2018, We are Insured & Provide Residential and Commercial Services. We also provide free Estimates & Military Discounts.
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Business Description: Quality Home Renovations is a locally owned remodeling company. Specializing in kitchen and bathroom remodels. Our business is flourishing and has up to this point been completely word-of-mouth. Clients ask us all the time where they can submit a testimonial and we thought Angie's list would be a great way to reach out. We have an A plus rating with the bbb and are accredited. Our fb page is a lot more detailed as we are just recently focusing on Angie’s list. Plz check out both.
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Recent Review: He's amazing.  He is creative in how he applies his talent.  He uses what's available from the store and gets the job done.  I would recommend him and I give him an A++
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Recent Review: I bought the handyman deal and it worked great. It took a couple weeks to get on Chuck's schedule, it was worth the wait. He showed up on time and did exactly what I needed done. Very professional and did a great job. Definitely will hire again.
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Recent Review: Was on-time, finished work faster than I thought, was professional and is the best handyman I have ever used.
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Business Description: Handy is an Angie's List national platform partner. With Handy, you can book a transparent, fixed price home service with an independent professional any day from 7 am to 11 pm. Professionals booked through Handy are experts across a range of home services, including home cleaning, handyman services, painting, lawn care, and more. They have collectively performed over 3 million projects across 250 locations. Handy, through the Handy platform, offers technology and information to book home services, but does not itself provide these services. The provision of services is the responsibility of independent professionals scheduled through the Handy platform. Tasks booked and paid for directly through the Handy platform are performed by background checked professionals*, and are backed by the Handy Happiness Guarantee**. Notes: * Handy screens handyman and cleaning professionals that you book and pay for directly through the Handy platform. This process involves: a) Pre-screenings – Potential Professionals must provide detailed personal information, and validate their home service experience. b) Credential Verification – Handy partners with Jumio to use computer vision technology to verify the identification credentials of potential professionals. c) Background Check – The background check screening is performed by Checkr, an accredited third-party background check provider. Checkr's search includes national, state, and county databases stretching back at least 7 years, and longer in certain jurisdictions. The purpose of these checks is to identify offenses that may disqualify potential professionals from using Handy. You can learn more about Handy's screening and background check process at www.handy.com/trust-and-safety ** Handy backs all bookings made through its platform with the Handy Happiness Guarantee. Handy strives to match you with the right pro for you and your home every time. If you're not satisfied with the quality of the service you booked and paid for directly on the Handy platform, Handy will send another pro at no extra charge for your next booking. Additionally, In the rare event of damage, Handy's got your back. Bookings made and paid for directly on the Handy platform are insured. You can learn more about Handy's screening and background check process at www.handy.com/handy-guarantee
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Business Description: I've been in the Remodeling business for 19 years. Residential & Commercial. No subs. Owner operator. Service area covered: We service a 40 mile radius of Dayton.
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Business Description: Any Season Property Services, LLC, provides quality work for a fair price. We pride ourselves on customer service.We will not be happy until you are happy with the completion of your next project.
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Business Description: Our employees are on our payroll. We have a number of certified staff members: CKBR (Certified Kitchen & Bath Designer), CR (Certified Remodeler), CLC (Certified Lead Carpenter), CRPM (Certified Remodeler Project Manager) & UDCP (Universal Design Certified Professional). We are a Cambria Finance Dealer (incorporate Cambria into one of your projects and you can finance up to $45k) No interest, No payments: 6 or 12 months! Ask us for more details! Subcontracts plumbing and electrical services.
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Business Description: We have been in business since 1993 and by being a family-owned business this allows us to be able to keep our prices lower than other painting contractors without sacrificing quality. We are proud to say that we have had many happy customers throughout the years in the Miami Valley area. We have had excellent ratings on Angie's List and, as always, a good standing with the Springboro Chamber of Commerce-Lebanon area Chamber of Commerce.. We are Insured and Bonded. We accept all major credit cards for your convenience.,10% off for AARP/AAA members.. We can provide quality customer references. All small jobs are welcomed. Feel free to give us a call to get a no-obligation quote today for your future projects.Thank you for viewing our web site - https://spiveyspremierpainting.com/about-us.html! Please stay and view examples of our work and meet our crew.

Reviews in Xenia to Install Weather Stripping

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Work was performed well, and he was very personable and professional. One task, repairing electrical service into the attic, was included in the list of tasks for the estimate, but the work wasn't done because it turned out not to be feasible. However, the price quoted stayed the same. Overall, we were happy with the work; we just felt the price was a little high.
- David B....
AChuck's Handyman & Insulation Services LLC
He is very nice, very punctual.  His rates are very reasonable.  He will do any job regardless of size.
- Nancy A....
AMorris Remodeling & Repair
Everything was done professionally.  The new weatherstripping on our doors made a big difference.  Mike is a friendly person who you can trust and that's important to us.  He always makes sure the work is done right and to your satisfaction.
- Sarah M....
AD & A Handyman Service LLC
They did pretty good. I didn't have any complaints with them. The price was what I expected. It wasn't really high and it wasn't really low. It was what I figured it was going to be. They came right out and they knew what they were doing.
- Norval W....
AFriedman Home Improvement & Masonry
Jason and his team are professionals. We recently moved to the area and needed help with several smaller projects (removal of old cabinets in garage, installation of overhead shelving in garage, mounting of two large screen TVs), as well as the installation of break metal around the foundation of our house. Each job was done in a timely fashion and we received quality work. Jason communicated well for each project. We will definitely use Friedman Home Improvements & Masonry for our future projects. Thank you!
- Heidi S....
AHome Care & Repair LLC
I would not hesitate to refer Tim with Home Care & Repair to anyone! I have had terrible luck finding a handyman who would even show up - but Tim checks all boxes. I used Tim on a large project and he did not disappoint. He communicated thoroughly and worked efficiently with excellent results. Finally a professional handyman!!
- Kim B....
AChuck's Handyman & Insulation Services LLC
Chuck did a great job and was extremely professional. My little jobs took Chuck only 3 hours, so I will be contracting him for 1 more hour very soon.
- Loretta H....
AChris Fisher
He'll do mostly anything. He shows up, you tell him what you want. He goes and gets it and gives you the reciept. He runs the sweeper and leaves as if you never knew he was here. He's a guy I trust leaving my keys to.
- Wayne E....
ABob Wagner
He put in a mailbox for me. He did a very neat, prompt job. He’s extremely polite and a neat worker. He does custom wood work as a specialty, but is willing to do other types of jobs. He does not do electrical work, but is open to other requests. He’s really a good guy, and priced fair. I had the materials for the project, he did the installation. He came back out the second day to ensure that everything was installed correctly and even brought top soil to neaten up the post.
- Joann S....
DSuperior Lawn Care & Home Improvements
SECOND FLOOR DECK: [See photos – treated wood; paint partly filling gaps.] The carpentry of the top part of the railing was unsatisfactory. 1) The mitered angles (corners) are not fitted. In one case one board is ½ inch higher than the other, and there are gaps of up to almost 1/4 inch between the boards on the other three angles. In addition, the cuts are ragged, as if the saw was not sharp enough for the wood. 2) These top boards do not fit against the support boards beneath them. At one point there’s a gap as much as ¼ inch, and with the entire length of the board on the front of the railing, there’s a gap that daylight shows through. In addition, these boards do not align vertically with the supports, and even the holes for the screws are ragged. When I realized these problems, I asked Donnie to redo the work: replace the top board, making certain that the miters were accurate, that the angled cuts were smooth, and that the top boards align and fit against the support. In spite of the fact that the expense of this unsatisfactory work should have been borne by Donnie, I stressed that I would pay for the lumber -- whatever kind he preferred (see below**) and would contribute what I calculated to be about one-third of the cost of the labor. His first responses (text messages) seemed cooperative, indicating that he would do the work soon, although he tended to place the responsibility for the problem on me. For example, he wrote in a text message: “I was hired to make that deck sturdy. . . .If I knew you wanted furniture grade work it would have cost a lot more. I used treated wood that does shrink. . . . I could have used cedar [**] boards and not had that problem.” It goes without saying that deck railings should be sturdy (especially at 10 feet above the ground) but one would also assume that the parts would be reasonably well-fitted and cleanly cut, which does not mean “furniture grade.” In fact, the railings to my front porch and large ground-level deck are made of treated wood that was cut smoothly and fitted evenly, but far from furniture grade. If Donnie could not achieve that quality with treated wood, however, the professional response should have been to let me know the problem and explain the options, including my finding someone else to do the work. For over four weeks he failed to set a date for the repairs, although I reminded him a couple of times and even gave him dates when I would or would not be available. His responses were courteous but never specific about what he could do or when he would do it, although one Saturday morning he left me several telephone messages that he was on his way to my house and, then, that he was waiting in my driveway. But he had not let me know earlier that he would be stopping by, and so no one was at home to answer the phone or see him at the house. Finally I gave up and found someone else to do the job. FRONT PORCH AND DECK: Because Donnie and his helpers were planning to spray the stain onto the main deck and the front porch, including the railings, I asked them to be careful not to get stain on the small evergreen shrubs that I had planted near the steps a few months previously. Donnie’s response was an indignant, “I’m a professional.” Nevertheless, two of the shrubs are partially covered with stain. . . . Otherwise they did a good job with the staining. CEDAR SIDING. A couple of the boards that they replaced came loose within a few days. I asked him also to reset these boards when he repaired the deck railing. ASSESSMENT OF THE PROJECTS AND ESTIMATE OF COSTS: Donnie's initial assessment of the work was cursory, if not negligent and unprofessional, and, consequently, the estimate of the cost of labor and materials was inaccurate. For the second-floor deck, I asked him to replace the railing and replace or repair and stain the floor, whichever was appropriate. With a quick look at the deck, he gave me an estimate for the railing and for staining the floor, with no mention about replacing all or some of the floor boards. When his crew started work, they immediately explained that the floor boards needed replacing. When they began to refit the cedar siding that had sprung loose, they pointed out that the bottom of the siding boards, which touched the ground, had rotted (apparently Donnie had not inspected them); they should be replaced. This additional materials and work raised the cost considerably. Nevertheless, I wanted new boards for both the deck floor and the siding; and I have no complaints about the costs, which were reasonable. I cannot condone, however, the initial misleading estimate. I don't have a documented record (check/credit card receipts) of the costs because on two occasions Donnie asked for partial cash payments (weekend -- no check cashing). I agreed to his requests, but both partial payments before the work is finished and cash payments seem less that the best professional procedure.
- Sammye C....